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Safeguarding a portion of your savings by moving it outside of the system (not just holding everything in banking or traditional retirement accounts) is like wearing a seatbelt. There’s no downside. But if the worst happens, it could save your life. Or … Keep Reading
Producing a beautiful silver round is a whole lot harder than it might seem. Money Metals Exchange utilizes some of the best run mints in the country to produce our rounds, and we have toured them all.… Keep Reading
At Money Metals Exchange, we believe a significant part of our mission is to educate customers and the public at large about the many aspects of the precious metals market. Our precious metals Specialists enjoy addressing the many excellent questions pose… Keep Reading
Shortly after Sen. Paul introduced S. 264, the Wall Street Journal online, in a column that reports on Global Central Banks, carried a headline “Yellen Prepared to Fight a Revived ‘Audit the Fed’ Movement.”… Keep Reading
In balloting conducted over a two month-period ending on January 31, Money Metals Exchange topped a field of 422 eligible dealers in the United States. Ultimately, precious metals customers and industry insiders from across the globe cast 20,548 verified… Keep Reading
Silver ore isn’t pretty to look at. It is the purification and molding into a finished form that makes the metal beautiful. This processing step represents significant cost, and it drives much of the premiums bullion investors pay. And it is why buying … Keep Reading
Government employment statistics distort the true human misery of 102 million out of work – 43 million men and 59 million women over age 16 – who cannot provide for themselves or their families without assistance. Among those who have work, a recent g… Keep Reading
The U.S. is currently losing in the global race to devalue currencies. Rather than falling, the dollar began moving higher relative to other major currencies late last spring when the Fed assured markets the end of QE was coming later in 2014.… Keep Reading